y encumbered with them while the battles were in progress.
Their loss in killed and wounded was also very heavy.
Our loss in this day's fighting was estimated at from 600 to 800 killed, wounded and missing. During this engagement the corps of Gen. Hill, and the division of Maj. Gen. Pender, were principally engaged.
On the next day, Thursday, Gens. Ewell and Longstreet engaged the enemy on the right and left, the line of battle extending two miles and a half on each wing.
The enemy wereand against which dirt had been thrown constituting a formidable bread work.
After they had been driven back to this position the fighting for-the day was discontinued.
On Friday skirmishing was commenced between 1 and 2 o'clock in the day — Hill a corps and Heth's division being principally engaged.
They reached the entrenchments, as did also the division of Gen. Pickett.
After the enemy's works were carried, there was heavy fighting within the entrenchments; but the overpowering masses
: Thirteen wounded, including Lieut Brown in both legs, slightly; Lieut Jordan in arm; Private McCampbell in hand.
Eleventh Virginia infantry.
11th Va Regiment — Wounded; Major Kirk Oley, com'g, in shoulder; Corpts R M Mitchell, in arm; T Herton, thigh; D G Houston, mortally; Jno C Ward, wounded and missing; Jno Holmes Smith, thigh; J R. Hutter, slightly, A J Jones, wounded and missing; A. M Houston, wounded and missing; Lieuts Lazenby and Elliott, of co B, Reagan and Long, of co F; Hardy, co K. Killed: Privates Stuart Farner, Charles Jones, G D Tweedy, Myers, Ed Valentine, Wm Jennings, J R Kent.
11th Va Regiment — In co D, (B Grays,) private mortality wounded.
In on P, Lt Haminon and ... thing intelligible with reference to the great battles in. Pennsylvania, perhaps the most bloody and stubbornly contested of the whole war. From an officer of the 2d Mississippi regiment, who participated in the three days engagement, we have the following facts:
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